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Insight
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October 5, 2023

What could the reform of Germany’s General Equal Treatment Act (AGG) look like?

In the coalition agreement of 2021, Germany’s Federal Government had already announced that it intended to “evaluate the General Equal Treatment Act, close protection gaps, improve legal protection and expand the scope of application.”

2 the Point Video
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September 6, 2023

How do I identify the state employment laws that apply to our remote workers?

State employment laws may, or may not, have cross-border application. It depends on the specific facts involved.

WPI Report
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September 5, 2023

WPI Labor Day Report 2023

WPI’s Labor Day Report examines the state of the workforce, federal agency activity, state and local trends, and what’s in store for employers in the months ahead.

ASAP
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September 5, 2023

2022 EEO-1 Reporting Period Will Open on October 31, 2023

The EEOC has announced that the long-delayed 2022 EEO-1 reporting period will finally open on October 31, 2023. The deadline for filing will be December 5, 2023.

Insight
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September 1, 2023

Littler Lightbulb – August Employment Appellate Roundup

This Littler Lightbulb highlights some of the more significant employment law developments in the federal courts of appeal in the last month.

ASAP
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August 28, 2023

Inching Forward Toward Potential Clarification of Florida’s Individual Freedom Act (the “Stop-W.O.K.E.” Law)

Over a year after Florida’s so-called “Stop W.O.K.E.” went into effect, and about one year after a court partially enjoined it, a three-judge panel for the 11th Circuit heard argument in Florida’s attempt to dissolve the injunction.

ASAP
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August 25, 2023

California Supreme Court’s Expansion of “Employer” under FEHA Could Have Implications for AI Regulation

The California Supreme Court issued a ruling this week that expands the definition of employer under the state’s main discrimination statute, the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA).

ASAP
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August 22, 2023

The Fifth Circuit Announces New Standard for Pleading a Title VII Claim

Applying a strict interpretation of the statutory language, the Fifth Circuit made clear that a Title VII plaintiff can survive a motion to dismiss by pleading adverse actions with respect to “terms, conditions, or privileges of employment.”

ASAP
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August 15, 2023

Oregon Enacts Protections for Registered Apprentices and On-The-Job Training Program Participants

Oregon Governor Tina Kotek recently signed into law a bill that will extend civil rights, discrimination, and harassment workplace protections to participants in registered apprenticeship programs and certain private-sector on-the-job training programs.

ASAP
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August 14, 2023

Eleventh Circuit Holds Adverse Employment Action Is Required in ADA Failure-to-Accommodate Claims

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, in Beasley v. O’Reilly Auto Parts, recently held that a claim for failure-to-accommodate under the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) must include an adverse employment action.

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